One of the many ways for a dentist to restore your teeth to its natural state is through installing dental crowns. But such dental restorations are often used when a tooth comes with a huge filling which exceeds the natural tooth structure.
Dental crowns may also be availed for cosmetic purposes. An example of this would be to get a gold dental crown for you to add sparkles to your smile.
Here are some things you can expect from a dental crown procedure:
There are different dental crown types available today and these are ceramic, porcelain, and porcelain-metal mix dental crowns. They are available in majority of dental clinics.
All these are customised to match the natural colour of your teeth; they are also designed specifically for your own smile which means that it is highly accurate and aesthetically appealing.
Such ceramic restorations are set in place properly encasing the whole disproportionate or severely discoloured tooth, making your smile truly bright and sparkling.
Crown dentistry is done to cover the dental implant for it to work more comfortably and efficiently with your natural teeth.
Dental crowns may also be used as a protective cover of a weak tooth, preventing further damage to it. They are also used to hold the parts firmly of a fractured tooth.